These great vintage dresser lamps are a winning combination of high-quality materials and a dash of kitsch. The ceramic bases are in very good condition with very little loss of the gilded accents. The original orange fiberglass shades do have some fading—it actually gives them a marbled leather affect. Takes a 60 watt or smaller bulb. You just gotta love women who have been doing those hair-swinging steps since the 1950’s.
19" H to top of shade, 10" H to base of bulb; base is 6" W x 4.5" D;
Shades angle from 11" H x 6.25" at top, 9" at bottom.
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